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Lauterbrunnen as a base for Murren and Wengen

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Rogerdodger wrote:
Yes Snowblades, I was refering to Jungfrau Lauterbrunnen. So it sounds as if the hole has been filled with concrete.
This does avoid the shockingly cold water.


So it seems.
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Can i just check - is the "piste" down to valley from Winteregg open to sledges/multiuse ? - i believe it is but wanted to confirm to avoid us trespassing for want of a better word - should it be open when we go. thanks !
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@gamer2471, yes you can use sledges.

The Riggli chairlift this morning (lol...thank #murrenlover) -

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thankyou for confirming. Very Happy
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
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Going skiing, and not staying in a ski resort, is a waste of everyone's time and money.

Lauterbrunnen is low, gets little snow, and is basically a glorified train station.

Stay in Murren or Wengen.

Do it proper.
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Must contradict Whitegold most strenuously! We have the ultimate flexibility from our base in the canyon.
Access to Wengen obviously straightforward, access to Murren 2 choices, direct or from Stechle'
Finally the trip around to Grindelwald is a breeze, ok 40 mins but so what?
Today, wonderful powder up on kleine scheidegg and Mannlichen, ski out to Schwendi ( below Grindelwald ) and home in 35 mins! Easy
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To be honest i would rather wake up to the mountain view of the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau, 2 minute travel time to the lifts and ski back, snow-sure, car-free, beautiful surroundings than the valley floor but everyone to their own.

Murren looked wonderful today -

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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
>> piste from Winteregg to Lauterbrunnen :

I skiied it once 10 years ago: its a forest trail. My skills then were ok for the trail, but not fast enough for overtaking traffic including many sledges. Piste end was a bit of a mystery, 100 metres above Lauterbrunnen station with a field to ski across.(fairly typical for Jungfrau Region valley runs, several end abruptly in car parks).
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